TEXAS HOLD EM’ IS AMERICA’S FAVORITE POKER GAME!
Online Poker * How To Play Texas Hold Em’ * Best Poker Rooms

Remember when country western singer Kenny Rogers used to sing “You’ve got to know when to hold ‘em, know when to fold ‘em”? That’s exactly what we hope to teach you on this website. We’ll provide you with all sorts of information on poker and on the most popular poker game in history — Texas Hold ‘Em. We’ll teach you how to play poker, tell you all the rules, definitions and then let you in on some secret tips on how to win.

Poker is an incredible game and almost everyone is playing it. Just turn on the television and you can easily find a poker tournament on the air waves. And why not, poker is a game of strategy and skill that takes 10 minutes to learn and a lifetime to master. Or look across the street. It’s likely your neighbor has a weekly poker party for some of their friends.

There are also many sites that offer poker online. Some of them are our advertisers and offer you a chance to show your skills by playing on line. You’ll also find other links to exciting sites about horse and dog racing, online bingo and other fun activities.

We know you’re anxious to get started – so hold ‘em and enjoy the ride



AMARILLO SLIM:

The Father of Texas Hold ‘Em


“Nobody is always a winner, and anybody who says he is, is either a liar or doesn’t play poker.”

Amarillo Slim

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